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i will be flying to new york and be a guest with sean hannity to talk about the book in the book signing and then long island and i was in texas and ohio. i will tell you something this visit tonight and especially blessed by this room of wonderful patriots who came out to hear her speak tonight, the nixon library parents is going to go down in 2012 is the single best appearance of my entire book tour and i'm proud to be here. very proud to be here. [applause] and a real honor to be in this beautiful beautiful place in this wonderful tribute to president nixon. the staff has been extraordinary and hospital -- hospitable and i'm honored to spend time with you talking about my book "50 things liberals love to hate." thanks for coming out. i will see you at the book signing. god bless america. >> before we go those of you have who have come to our events no it is not -- it's the great gifts we give them. they are available in the store. be sure to grab one. mike mike will be upfront. [applause] tariq ramadan president of the european muslim never talks about the causes behind arab s
kennedy. he told sean hannity, one time bobby kennedy asked him to be a delegate. >> he asked if i would be a death from the conference from california saying i have surely mcclain and i called a couple weeks later, i cannot do this. he said why not? i said i am a republican. >>trace: "moon river," was originally in the movie "breakfast at tiffany." it is questionable which is more famous, that song "moon river," or his christmas specials. he actually founded the osmond brothers, by the way. he spoke a few years ago how the specials were as important to his family as they were to ours. listen. i got a weekly she. when you have a weekly show christmas comes around so you do a christmas show. my children were young and i used them on the show. >>trace: he started his "moon river" theater in been son in 1992. it was open for 20 years. he was there in november when he announced he had bladder cancer and said it was not a death sentence. but he stopped taking treatment for cancer in july. we are told he passed away peacefully last night in branson, missouri. you can remember the christmas spe
-new seven passenger gl. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." we continue with ralph reed and leslie marshall. all right. we're talking about religion, and how harry reid has brought it up in this case. you were asking an important case. i'll throw it back to you. >> i think my point is that this is clearly part of a systemic strategy by the obama campaign to try to remind evangelical voters who they overperformed with four years ago that mitt romney is a mormon. i don't think it's an accident that they play the religion card. i think it shows, by the way, a fundamental misunderstanding of evangelical voters. >> sean: romney has been accused pretty much of murder. he wasn't even at bain capital at the time this woman got sick. it was seven years after he left before she died. he was gone. the president makes a million dollars from bil bill maher, uss sandra fluke. i want to know what do you say to the guy you're going to vote for -- >> i find hypocrisy when you're attacking someone's christianity. how many people said he was a muslim, questioning his religi
ago andy williams told sean hannity that bobby kennedy once asked him to be a delegate. >> i can't do this for you. he said why not the? i said because i'm a republic. >> in 1992 he took his theme song and his act to branson, missouri, opening the moan river theater moan river theater. he often said the theme from love story is his favorite song. but it's not the song to which he will be forever linked ♪ moon ♪ moon river wider than ♪ i'm crossing you in style. >> this was on stage in branson, missouri last year that he announced he had bladder cancer. at the time he said it was no longer a death sentence though he stopped taking treatment in late july. and he passed away last night. but you have got to believe, shep, that he will be back some time around christmas. >> shepard: i bet he will. trace gallagher. good stuff. thanks a lot. a new string of apparent cyber attacks today on some of the biggest banks in our nation. and one theory about the suspected culprit is a bit of a surprise to many. plus, we have all seen the play that the replacement refs absolutely blew on monday
's going into weng the presidency after sean hannity's one on one with donnell trump. pop the corn. and in the supreme court, following tradition, many of the supreme court justiced attended a red mass celebrated annually for judges, attorneys, law school students and judges and officials. as for the new term the supreme court is set to take up a slew of cases some dealing with civil rights following the blockbuster decisions we all watched last term, involving immigration and president obama's health care law. shannon bream now with the news from washington. shannon? >> monday kicks off the brand new term in the supreme court and there are a number of controversial disputes awaiting the justices. at least six of nine justices attended the traditional pre-term red mass in washington on sunday, a tradition started back in 1928 in new york, praers for wisdom and inspiration for all members of the judiciary. on monday the court will consider whether nigeria citizens can sue shell oil company in u.s. court for human rights abuses they say the company committed in nigeria, one of the mo
with the intel skwhrepbs gatherethe inch with the intelligence gathered so far. bill: they told fox's sean hannity that the white house is hiding from reality. >> they don't want to admit it's a terrorist attack, his policies have failed. >> they he think this is weaker and just this afternoon we hear that the doj is now going to be investigating this incident. sean, these guys are -- >> doj? >> d. o.j. >> criminals. >> and we are preparing a criminal case for the courts? we are at war with us. bill: in addition congressman king questioning the lack of security at the the consulate. the british consulate had been shut down after an assassination attempt on the ambassador there back in june. martha: hundreds of students were taking to the streets in yemen's capitol city denouncing the film cited throughout the protest and demanding that the u.s. ambassador there be expelled. they say they reject any military presents sens presence in yemen. bill: the pentagon now pulling u.s. soldiers out of joint operations in afghanistan, that applies to the soldiers and marines after dozens of nato troop
the country. tomorrow i'll be flying back to new york, and i'll be a guest with sean hannity wednesday night on his show to talk about the book, and i'm doing signings in long island, i was in texas and ohio, i will tell you something, this visit tonight and especially blessed by this room of wonderful patriots who came out tonight, the nixon library appearance is going to go down in 2012 as the single best appearance of my entire book tour. i'm proud to be here. very proud to be here. [applause] and real honored to be in this beautiful, beautiful place n this wonderful tribute to president nixon. the folks on the staff has been extraordinary and hospitable, and i'm just honored to be able to spend a little bit of time talking about my book, "50 things liberals love to hate." thanks so much for coming here. i'll see you at the book signing. god bless america. >> real quick before we go, those of you that have come to our events know that it's not the authors you come for, it's these great gifts that we give them. [laughter] what would nixon do? they're available in the store, be sure to grab
far this year. >> caller: because of the sean hannitys and the mark levines and the rush limbaughs and the john gibsons the ideology that they play across television and radio airwaves, a lot of white males tend to follow that. >> bill: they're the biggest listeners of right wing talk radio. but you know, when they hear this stuff why do they believe it? that's what i don't get. why? >> caller: i have no idea mr. press other than lack of education i would guess. >> bill: i would like to point it up to that. horace by the way, the name is bill. no one calls me mr. press except my wife, carol. >> you sound like a white male! >> bill: i sound like a white male on that note. thanks horace, for the call. we're trying to figure this out. seriously, this is a serious problem. i gotta tell you. i apologize again for my race and for my gender. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis
of a third party? caller: yes. you get disgruntled with you hear people like bill oreilly and sean hannity saying ron paul can't win. it every time he gets up to speak he draws a bigger crowds then obama or romney. the motion is amazing. i run into so many people -- you always hear they cannot win. if they could get more coverage other than c-span, c-span are the only people that are fair to third-party people compared to fox or cnn or ms nbc or any of the other ones. i wish more people would watch c-span and educate themselves to receive more votes. host: thank you for the call. one of your saying -- as we said earlier, ross perot sitting down for his first extended interview in many years. an interview conducted in plano, texas on thursday by richard wealth. they were agreeing to have our cameras in the room. it is a 70 minute conversation including david walker, who has been working with him on a number of initiatives to educate voters on issues in the election. the debt and deficit exceed $16 trillion. his article will appear tomorrow in usa today. we will show you an excerpt in just a
to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. sometimes you think you can see in their political coverage a kind of residue from the night before, but on big breaking stories that are not pathological they do fine, so does msnbc. here's my advice. we have to be more proactive as news consumers, everyone. there was a time when you could just be a couch potato. you get up and more, watch all bit of the today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate c
points of view. but it's transparent. they don't try to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. some is see today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate context. and if you do that, you've got a greater range of sources of information than anyone in the history of mankind. any keystroke you can access all the great newspapers, asia, europe, the offerings of the saudi foreign ministry, for example, or look at the economic report of the depar
is not reading off the teleprompter. >> we don't have all the information yet. >> sean: and the ad the main street media don't want you to see. we're 40 days from election day. "hannity" starts right here right now. if you want a glimpse into what the future holds for america if president barack obama is handed a second term, take a hard long look at the chaos unfolding in the group in europe. violent riots are raging in the streets of spain and greece as angry mobs protest against the government and austerity measures there. in athens, more than 70,000 people descended on the greek parliament. molotov cocktails targeted police officers, and similar scenes of violence in madrid as well, but make no mistake if this president is in fact afforded another four years in office and has the ability to run up our national debt another $6 trillion, look right there, this is what main street in america may very well look like. the current path is beyond unsustainable. it is the direct result of nearly four years of reckless spending. forget about bush. this is the obama economy. 8.1% unemployment. $6
announcer ] good choice business pro. good choice. go national. go like a pro. >> sean: last sunday on a special edition of hannity's america, we exposed obama's dirty campaign tactics. >> the obama campaign has been called one of the dirtiest in american history, and to many americans the face of that campaign is stephanie cutter. >> hi. i'm stephanie cutter, the deputy campaign manager here at obama for america. i wanted to arm you with the facts. >> sean: willing to say anything to get her candidate re-elected, cutter has waged a campaign of lies and slander. cutter is at it again, this time turning her attention to women voters. >> you find most often with women, they're not really concerned about watts happened over the last -- what's happened over the last four years. they want to know what's going to happen in the next four years. >> sean: i'm glad to hear that unemployment isn't something female voters won't worry about in the next four years. joining us michelle malkin. we're going to show two parts of this. one is when she -- i don't know any of the facts of joe soptic, an
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